One of the world’s most war-torn cities is portrayed through a noir lens in this chilling story collection.
SAMUEL SHIMON was born into an Assyrian family in Iraq in 1956. He is the cofounder of Banipal, the renowned international magazine of contemporary Arab literature in English translation, and the founder and editor of the popular Arabic literary website Kikah. His autobiographical novel An Iraqi in Paris was published in five languages, and he edited Beirut39, an anthology of new Arabic writing. He is the editor of Baghdad Noir.